Springtime in Georgia is always a sight to behold – even, and especially – in these challenging times. Whether enjoying the outdoor splendor an acceptable social distance from other humans, or just peering out the living room window, nature’s finest is on full display right now. Let’s capture these memorable moments together! What are you … Continue Reading →
Georgia’s educators and the learning community have enhanced access to forestry and natural resource materials through a new web portal. The Georgia Project Learning Tree and Georgia Teacher Conservation Workshop programs are now being administered by the Georgia Forestry Commission, giving teachers a wealth of study tools and hands-on learning opportunities that enrich students’ environmental awareness.